U+I is a property regeneration company that transforms undervalued parts of towns and cities into communities where people and enterprise can thrive. The product of a merger between Development Securities PLC and Cathedral Group, two of the UK’s leading property companies, U+I has a current market capitalisation of c. £300 million.
With a portfolio of mixed-use regeneration projects in London, the South-East, Manchester and Dublin we bring creativity and innovation to some of the most exciting opportunities in the property market. We combine financial strength and commercial acumen, a strong track record of working in partnership with public bodies, a commitment to the highest standards of design and architecture and a careful curation of place and history, to deliver long-term, sustainable change and value for our diverse stakeholder groups.
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The Deptford Project, with Lewisham Council – a £42m scheme that will deliver a Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners designed residential building on a site on Deptford High Street. During planning, Cathedral installed the Deptford Project Café, a converted 1960’s commuter train carriage, on the site. A series of creative events including highly successful Silent Cinema outdoor film screenings and a graduate art market has secured worldwide media attention. Currently on site with completion due in Winter 2015.
St Mark’s Square, Bromley, a brand new cultural and recreational quarter in the heart of Bromley town centre, in a public private partnership with Bromley Council. The mixed-use development includes new homes, a cinema complex, a hotel and family restaurants around a central public plaza. Currently on site.
The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, Middlesex, the former HQ for EMI and His Master’s Voice, is being redeveloped. Studio Egret West is masterplanning the site, leading a team that also includes Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and Duggan Morris Architects. The £250 million scheme is currently on site.
Clapham One, with Lambeth Council – an £80m dual-site scheme where a new library and leisure centre were completed in Clapham in 2012, funded by the development of private and public residential accommodation, at zero public cost.